Journalist Glenn Greenwald, known best for his reporting on the classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden, had his own theory about why few Americans were named in the Panama Papers. Greenwald said it’s a “really huge curiosity” that raises questions about who it was that leaked the information, and what, exactly their motives were in the act.
“Was their motive to make a lot of enemies of the United States look bad, like Russia and China and various Arab countries who are averse to the U.S.?”
He also said that the most troubling part of the Panama Papers was how much of the activity disclosed in the leak is actually legal.
Watch the full interview below: